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Lynn Mann Supernature Oils.

Midlothian businesswoman wants you to have your say on rural life

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Valerie has to use a chemical toilet at her home.

Bonnyrigg amputee hits out at council

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MSP visits award-winning intergenerational project

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Marathon effort for charity

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Astroturf stolen from playpark

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Council seeks your views on community grants programme

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Conservative Councillor Pauline Winchester, who is not happy with the lack of Holyrood money being made available to male victims of domestic abuse.

Tory group leader speaks up about domestic violence against men

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Childminding Week event in Vogrie Park

Taking a dip in the pond

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View from the stands as Scotland take on Brazil in 1982

What we miss as Scotland fans: the 1982 World Cup revisited

Football
Leagues have been split into three conferences for next season

Midlothian teams find out what league they will be in new EOS set up

Sport
Penicuik celebrate winning East of Scotland Cup (picture: Ian Georgeson)

Penicuik hungry for more success, says Johnny Harvey

Sport
Paradykes Primary winning side Chris McCafferty, Jacob McIntyre, Rudi Molotnikov, Bailey McKenzie, Ryan Laidlaw, Aidan Clarke. Jack Lyon, Owen Wynne, Matthew Sheerin, Aidan Sayers.

Paradykes Primary School wins Schools' Scottish Cup

Sport

Midlothian girls seal third-placed finish

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Newtongrange Star 1-5 Bonnyrigg Rose

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Newtongrange Star 4-3 Jeanfield Swifts

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Penicuik Athletic 3-1 Dundonald Bluebell

Sport

Revealed: how fleas affect the health and homes of pet owners

Lifestyle
Much of Game of Thrones is based on actual history (Photo: HBO)

The bloody Scottish history that inspired Game of Thrones' Red Wedding

Arts
The Kitchin - led by Tom Kitchin - is the best restaurant in Scotland - according to Square Meal (Photo: JP)

10 Scottish restaurants named in UK top 100

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Gallery - Newtongrange Children’s Gala Day

Lifestyle
Peter Wilson of Cruise Forth was one of last year's winners with his business being commended for putting the customer at the centre of every experience

Who deserves a tourism award for putting our area on the map?

Lifestyle